Sodium perborate

07/12/2006

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Perborate monohydrate sodium is the sodium salt of the acid perboric. The anion perborate, is an oxidant, as the permanganate, oxygenated water or bleach. The perborate is a chemist and peroxides and Persales.

Features

It is a white powder, basically used in cleaning, It is used as detergent, bleach and stain remover tissues or ceramics and plastics. It is also an antibacterial agent. It is non-toxic but we must handle it with care because it is irritating for eyes.

Uses

Pharmacy is used for the disinfection of natural and fake dentures.

In cosmetics it is used as oxidizing and neutralizing and that oxidizing property is due to that it is a source of oxygen. The generation of oxygen occurs only at temperatures of 60 ° C.

First use as a detergent

In 1907 the German company Henkel & CIE, manufactured the Persil, first detergent, to add you to the traditional SOAP sodium perborate, sodium silicate and sodium carbonate, Hence took its name.

Homemade cleaning uses

Dentifrice: The perborate was used years ago to clean teeth. However, We must not abuse its use because it can destroy the enamel (dentine) and stain teeth. Perhaps two or three times a month it would be more than sufficient.

Cleaning of stains of milk in question: Soak in warm water with detergent containing perborate and repeat the operation.

Mold:
Soak in warm water with detergent containing perborate and repeat the operation.


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